Tagged: filmmaking

From UAT to Germany: Sehsüchte International Student Film Festival

By: | May 11, 2016

On March 12th, 2016 I received notification that my They Might Be Giants music video had been selected to screen at the 45th Sehsüchte International Student Film Festival in Potsdam, Germany. Not only was it a great honor to be selected for such a prestigious festival, but the management at Sehsüchte offered filmmakers $500 towards their travel… Read more »

The Greatest Science Fiction Movie NEVER Made

By: | Apr 6, 2016

In 2014 I saw an independent documentary that has always stayed with me to this very day. I saw the film just before I was about to head to the U.S in pursuit of my film career. Part of me was a little terrified at the prospect of leaving my home and trying to find… Read more »

Script Writing: how to writ dem words gud

By: | Mar 10, 2016

The backbone of any filmic medium is the script. When I first embarked on my endeavor to make a serious short film, I had no clue whatsoever about the art of script writing. My High School at the time didn’t offer any form of education related to the formatting, grammar and skills needed to write… Read more »

The New Faces of Film: Top 5

By: | Mar 2, 2016

In the ever expanding age of accessible filmmaking, the movie market is experiencing a larger influx than ever. For the first time low budget indie feature films can break through and become just as successful as their Hollywood counterparts. Not only is this an exciting era for budding filmmakers, but it also means that the quality… Read more »

Help Falls: Production Diary – Malice

By: | Feb 24, 2016

In order to graduate UAT one must complete a Student Innovation Project or “SIP” for short. This project is intended to push innovation in the various degrees and inspire students to try to do something new. It was only two weeks into the class when Co-Creator Brandon Scott and I came up with our Student… Read more »